This caused the Lebanese Lira to rise against the dollar and trade at 7,450 LL on the black market, with market exchangers selling the dollar for 7,500 LL and buying for 7,400 LL.
The nomination of Hariri is hyped up to be Lebanon’s only chance at survival and improving the current low point and gaining international support.
When top civil servants want to bring back someone who resigned just a year ago, for no better alternative, it’s crystal clear that Lebanon has hit rock bottom.
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